Lisa Feldner is the Director of Marketing and Events for Network Media Partners Inc., where she acts as the chief marketing professional of the company driving market strategies for the organization, and its marketing and event service offerings.
As the communications lead across all association portfolios at Network, she has successfully implemented domestic and international projects for organizations such as The Project Management Institute (PMI) and the Bi Partisan Policy Center (BPC). As a member of the leadership team, she actively contributes to decisions that impact the entire organization and aims to keep clients both engaged and committed through proactive communication.
Lisa has been an adjunct professor for Georgetown University for nearly six years, teaching Masters’ level students Strategic Communication Planning and Strategic Event Management courses. She is passionate about strategic planning and the generation of valuable insights that are created through the process.
Prior to joining Network and the adjunct faculty team for Georgetown, Lisa was the Director of Marketing and Communications for The Chronicle of Higher Education and The Chronicle of Philanthropy. In this role she oversaw the entire marketing and communications team and managed the strategic communications plan for The Chronicle’s global launch.
In her spare time, as principal of LDF Strategies, Lisa takes on specialty non?profit communication challenges. Most notably, her work with Washington D.C. based Life Pieces to Masterpieces resulted in recognition by President Obama and the White House Office of Faith?based and Neighborhood Partnerships.
Known as a coach, mentor and educator, Lisa leads marketing professionals to high levels of achievement in the workplace and in the classroom. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Towson University and a Master’s Degree from Georgetown University. Lisa is a member of the Public Relations Society of America, The American Marketing Association, and The Professional Convention Management Association. She holds a CMP and is frequency asked to speak at industry and boutique events.
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